“Conference Works are a thoroughly professional Event Management company. They have a thorough knowledge of the industry and more importantly, they are a great bunch of people to deal with”.



Kevin Ryan, Convenor, NZ Association of Intermediate and Middle Schools




“We have been impressed with the degree of organisation and the professionalism displayed by your team”

- NZ Parole Board

Robyn did a fabulous job providing the support and organisational systems in the months leading up to the conference. She advised the conference planning committee, guiding us thorough the organisational process, providing a critical path timeline... chased sponsors and delegates for payment and managed the registration desk during the conference... We have used Conference Works for the last seven conferences.

- Pieter Braun, Principal Redwood School, Chairman Wellington Regional Primary Principals’ Association.

I just want to write and congratulate you on preparing and executing a marvelous meeting. It was so well planned, and the little touches and attention to detail were obvious everywhere during the week in Wellington. I go to many meetings in the US and abroad and this one was at the top and a lot of fun.

On a more personal note Liga, many thanks for help and friendly urging ahead of the meeting as you dealt with reservations, deadlines, abstracts, and the myriad of other little details.

- Professor Peter Webb, USA

Thank you so much for your tireless efforts to organise the Climate Change and Governance Conference. Thank you for your patience and forebearance and your professional approach to the various mountains we had to climb. This is a significant event in the world wide efforts to ensure a safe and sustainable future for our children and the mane generations to follow. Thank you for your contribution to the success of this conference and the other related activities.

- Jonathan Boston, Professor of Public Policy, School of Governance, Victoria University of Wellington.

Meet Our Team

Robyn RadomskiRobyn Radomski – Director
Robyn has organised and managed conferences, functions and events for 21 years starting with a contract to organise an International Conference in 1986.

Since then, she has organised and managed conferences, functions, events, jubilee celebrations and reunions for many thousands of people throughout New Zealand, as an employee of The Outward Bound Trust, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award of NZ, Wellington Festival & Convention Centre, Te Papa Tongarewa, and since 1999 as Director of Conference Works Ltd..

Robyn’s role is strategic and she oversees all aspects of Conference Works Ltd and maintains a very "hands-on" role in conference organisation as well as managing the business.

In her ‘spare time’  Robyn is a Board Member of the Churches Broadcasting Commission, and Vice President of Dress for Success Wellington, a non profit organisation set up to assist Women entering the workforce.  Within that role, she runs workshops for clients of Work and Income NZ on “Presenting Yourself Well for Interviews”.

Robyn is an active member of Wellington Toastmasters, where she has won 3 Club Competitions in 2006 – 2007 -  Humorous Speech, International Speech and Evaluation.

In June 2005, Robyn was the Winner of the Best Micro Business, Businesswoman of the Year Award, run by Her Business magazine. As a result of the Award, Robyn has been a conference speaker at the Her Business 2 day workshop, a guest lecturer at the Weltec Event Management Course. She has also spoken at various service clubs and business groups about her award, and living her dream.



Tracy Keith

Tracy Keith – Project Manager
Tracy is an experienced event manager and project coordinator who has worked within the government, private and voluntary sectors.  Her strengths lie in the areas of relationship management, implementing and monitoring project plans, budget tracking, communication and marketing, web site development and on site event management.  Tracy is also a trained Life Coach and is able to draw on these skills to ensure her clients requirements are not only heard and acknowledged but that their expectations are surpassed.

Some examples of projects where she has played a significant role are: the New Zealand Major Events (Ministry of Tourism) website development project (www.majorevents.govt.nz), the NZ Forces School Singapore School Reunion in 2005, the ACOH2005 Conference (www.acoh2005.org.nz), and the Investment Regatta during the America’s Cup in 2003.